The sturdiness and build quality of the Moto G60s are very solid - there's nothing to criticize here considering the MRP. The Motorola phone's case is mostly made of plastic, and it doesn't radiate any premium quality feel, but it doesn't feel cheap anyway thanks to its textured back. However, due to the very large IPS screen, the Moto G60s isn't really comfortable to hold.
The case of the Motorola phone has an official IP certification, but only according to the IP52 standard. Consequently, Motorola only advertises the G60s as having a water-repellent design, which is intended to be a barrier to protect against moderate contact with water. The case of the Moto G60s is not water-resistant, and therefore, it's not intended for diving, among other activities.
The screen-to-body ratio is a good 86% for this price range thanks to the punch-hole cutout, which is quite small, and the relatively narrow display bezels.